ARE YOU PROPERLY INSURED?

DJ insurance is one of the most important benefits we offer our members.  Access to our group liability and property casualty insurance starts at just $49 and $1,000,000 of liability insurance starts at less than $3.50 per week ($175/yr)!  Our insurance broker, Dale Wittick can walk you through the process and the online insurance tool allows USDJA members to add additional insured venues & vendors instantly!  Get full details about enrolling or renewing your DJ insurance by clicking here!

FYI:  USDJA has the LOWEST cost of any major DJ insurance association to access the insurance you need!

NEXT WEBINAR - FEBRUARY 22nd

Our next educational webinar (open to all USDJA members as a preview of our premium membership), is entitled, "Lessons Learned from Mariah Carey's New Year's Eve" As a professional, you are ultimately in control of your brand, your performance, and how you deal with adverse situations.  The jury is still out on who was at fault for maybe the worst performance of 2016, but join us Feb 22nd at 10PM ET / 7PM PT and learn what was done well, what could have been done differently, and how it all applies directly to your business! Invitations via mail and email beginning Feb 15th  More details coming soon!

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Baltimore Chapter Cleans Up - 10/30/16 The Baltimore chapter of USDJA (incorporated as the Baltimore Area DJ Association or BADJA) recently finished its fourth year of "Adopt a Road" duties in Baltimore County, Maryland.  The program pairs busy local highways and byways with individuals and organizations looking to perform community service and beautify their neighborhoods by picking up trash, planting trees and flowers, and notifying county officials of illegal dumping or dangerous situations.

Baltimore Chapter Cleans Up - 10/30/16
The Baltimore chapter of USDJA (incorporated as the Baltimore Area DJ Association or BADJA) recently finished its fourth year of "Adopt a Road" duties in Baltimore County, Maryland.  The program pairs busy local highways and byways with individuals and organizations looking to perform community service and beautify their neighborhoods by picking up trash, planting trees and flowers, and notifying county officials of illegal dumping or dangerous situations.

UPDATE: The USDJA Community will transition to a new Facebook Group page beginning in this month.  Thanks for your patience as we work to improve USDJA for everyone and improve our communications.

UPDATE: The USDJA Community will transition to a new Facebook Group page beginning in this month.  Thanks for your patience as we work to improve USDJA for everyone and improve our communications.